Sunday, July 9, 2017

The Coneflower

- Watching The Coneflower Evolve -












The heat is keeping me home for the most part.
I water my garden and wander around in the early morning, when it's still cool outside.
I have discovered there is plenty to do around the house.
Pictures to take, projects to craft, and knitting to do.

I could not be bored if I tried!

20 comments:

  1. I love that, like timelapse! I do this kind of thing, too! It's so interesting.

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  2. So very cool. Kudos for your patience :)

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  3. I love cone flowers. They look so relaxed and laid back with the pedals laying down the way they do!

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  4. You have such patience, to take so many consecutive photos. and so lovely, they are.

    ours are beginning to bloom now too. have to get out there, and take a couple of pics, in the morning of course. :-)

    a lovely day today, sunday. after not so lovely a day, on saturday. but actually, we have not had that many days of high heat/humidity, so far this year. we are up north some, from where you are. more near mountains, than near shore.

    oh well, who knows... the weather will be, what the weather will be. :-) but we do have to deal with it, in a sensible way. like going outside, in the early cool. Yesss!!!!!

    gentle hugs, luna crone

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  5. Me either, Debbie. Love this series of photos!

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  6. Debbie this is a wonderful series! I just loved it.... and the coneflower is beautiful in all stages; you picked a great one to keep track of.

    You have so much going for you inside your beautiful home and i'm glad for that because I know that high heat days aren't good for you (or probably for anybody, but from my daughter I know staying in on those days is a necessity).

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  7. The Coneflowers are really quite pretty at every stage.

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  8. Love this series of photos! You see the beauty in everything! I really admire that about you!

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  9. A great series of one of my favorite flowers! Nicely done!

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  10. Oh, how pretty, Debbie. I thought at first you had something similar to ours here. But, what we have are large leaf plants (wild) that grow red cones that are filled with a water like substance. Actually, it's kind of like aloe! :)

    I'm going to try and catch up, but forgive me if I don't comment on everything.

    xoxo

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  11. That is an amazing series of pictures!

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  12. My Cone Flowers are tall and just in the "a bit of color showing" phase.
    Your photos are always so magical.

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  13. So cool, love these stages of the flowers, that center is so neat isn't it, love the greens and red, so colorful!
    I agree with you, I can keep myself busy inside as much as outside, today we reached 100 with a 107 heat index, didn't enjoy grocery shopping and doing errands today :(

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  14. Nice idea for a post. We have our share of Echinacea which are just beginning to bloom. They are one flower that does well in our rather pathetic soil.

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  15. What a beautiful series of photographs, Debbie!
    "I could not be bored if I tried!" ~~ Oh, don't I know it. And I've even tried!!! :-)
    xo.

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  16. Wow, I love these photos of the Corn Flower Evolving. You took some fantastic shotson this one. Sending loving thoughts and hugs your way!

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  17. What a wonderful series of photos. Coneflowers are so pretty.

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